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The PINE BURR 



1926 






Published by the Senior Class of the 

LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 

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PAGE FOUR 



foreword 



As I sat musing, looking into the far 
future, suddenly the veil was lifted and 
I saw an old man, whose head was 
white with snow of many years, totter- 
ing to his library, and what does he 
look for? Shakespeare, Tennyson, 
Burke, American History, Ancient, 
Modern? None of these. But he takes 
out a dust-covered volume, The Pine 
Burr — Annual of 1926. How dear to 
his heart are the scenes of his High 
School days at Lincolnton! The eyes, 
though dim, reveal the light of other 
days, and backward Time has turned 
in its flight as he turns the pages; he is 
a Lincolnton High School boy living 
and loving again those golden days of 
1925-26. 



^Dedications 



TO 



Dr. Lester A. Crowell 

whose interest and generosity 
have made possible the publi- 
cation of this volume of the 
Pine Burr, whose name is a 
synonym for whatever is con- 
ducive to the upbuilding and 
uplift of the community, 
whose spirit of enthusiasm and 
energy pervades all worth- 
while enterprises- "a man to 
all the country dear." 




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E. D. Johnson 
Superintendent 

Mr. Johnson is our able and 
efficient superintendent, a true friend, 
a wise and faithful counsellor of the 
students of Lincolnton High School, 
whose love and respect he has won 
by his constant personal interest in 
our individual problems, and his close 
cooperation with us as a student 
body. We, the Class of 1926, appre- 
ciate his untiring' efforts that have 
led us through our years of High 
School and have prepared us for the 
future. 



W. E. Gladstone 
Principal 

Mr. Gladstone is not only our 
principal, but he is our basketball 
coach as well, lie certainly believes 
in the old maxim, "Work when you 
work, and play when you play," and 
though he does not allow any foolish- 
ness in his classes, he enjoys fun as 
well as any of his pupils. If you do 
not think so, just observe him at a 
class party for he is a good friend to 
us, a good pal with us, and a very 
capable teacher. 



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Organizations 



Athletics 



Jokes and Ads 



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THE PINE BURR STAFF 

Evelyn Erwin Editor-in-Chief 

Cecil Hauss Business Manager 

Gladys AbErnethy Assistant Editor 

Margaret Lee ....Assistant Business Manager 

Sue Mauney Advertising Manager 

Blanche Blanton Clubs 

Ollie Mae Keever Jokes 

Forest Shufokd Athletics 

Robert Dellinger Photographic Editor 

Sarah YodER Art Editor 

Lawrence David W'ari.ick Circulation 

William Win gate - Assistant Editor 

Helen Thompson Subscription 

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ATHLETIC EDITOR 






Robert. Dellino'ef 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ED. 



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SUBSCRIPTIOn'MGR. ART EDITOR 





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Susan Blanton .Sue Maun ey 

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THE FACULTY 



MISS JOHN ANTHONY 

A teacher's ability is certainly shown when she can keep order in a room 
full of obstreperous pupils. Miss Anthony has repeatedly done this and yet she 
has our love and respect. As our chief librarian all her work is characterized 
by cheerfulness, thoroughness, and efficiency (of course, it is understood that 
only Carter's ink is used in the library, on account of Miss John's preference). 
Long after we have been graduated, we will remember the splendid training our 
beloved English instructor gave us. 

MISS LEAH STANLEY 

Stowed away in the hearts of every Senior, there will be the treasured re- 
memberance of Miss Stanley, our Latin and French teacher. We have an 
especial reason for liking (or should we say loving?) her, for by her ever-ready 
smile, she has erased the dark clouds of gloom from many a Senior's face, and 
replaced them with happier expressions by her understanding ways and cheery 
words. During our two short years of knowing Miss Stanley, she has proved 
herself a true friend to us. We are afraid that she will not be with the High 
School next year, but we sincerely hope that she will make as good a wife as 
she has a teacher. By her winning personality and ever-present assistance, kind 
thoughts will treasured be in the "Mint of Memory" of our dear friend. Miss 
Stanley. 

MISS EUNICE MacKAY 

What explanation is needed here? Miss MacKay is our very own Senior 
teacher and is truly the idol of her Senior class. She is a busy bee in Sunday 
School work as well as in her work with us in High School. Miss MacKay is 
not only a beloved woman, but a true friend and it will be many years e'er we 
forget her. 

MISS RUTH JAMES 

Miss James is our Home Economics teacher and a most capable teacher she 
is. She is always smiling and happy and is loved by all her pupils. When a 
banquet is to be planned, we call on her and she does not disappoint us either. 
For the welfare of future classes in her subjects, we hope that she will remain 
at L. H. S. lone after we have left it. 



MISS BLANCHE BURKE 



( )f a sweet and unselfish disposition she is always willing to help others, 
not grudgingly but cheerfully and wholeheartedly. Her boundless enthusiasm 
and ability have made her an "ever-present help" to the Senior class in getting 
out this annual and these qualities together with her lovable ways have won her 
much love and admiration. 



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THE FACULTY 



MR. CHARLES SMITH 

It was a lucky day that brought Mr. Smith (better known to his football 
squad as "Block") to us from Guilford College, for is he not our biology wizard? 
He is strict but not too strict, since he has won the respect and admiration of all 
the boys as well as the young ladies, and we hope L. II. S. will be so fortunate 
as to keep him many years. 

MISS ANNE GREY 

In spite of the fact that she has been here only a short while, by her win- 
ning ways Miss Grey has acquired many friends. She is accomplished, attrac- 
tive, and very talented. She is an expert typist, has an unlimited knowledge of 
bookkeeping and shorthand, and lias a thoroughly charming personality. We 
feel fortunate to have her as our commercial teacher. 

MISS ELIZABETH HOKE 

.Miss Hoke, our very capable athletic coach, has been with us but one year. 
In this time she has won the love and respect of every girl in the athletic associa- 
tion. She led the girls' basketball team through a most successful season. Her 
ready wit and overwhelming vitality convince us that Miss Hoke is "sure 'nough." 
We will long remember her as a capable teacher, an excellent coach, and a true 
friend. 

MR. H. H. MCKEOWN 

Mr. McKeown is one of our most highly esteemed teachers, lie is not so 
strict as most of the faculty, but preserves order and his classes respect him 
greatly. He is the High School math teacher, and we hope the incoming Fresh- 
man class will be fortunate enough to complete their math course under his 
instruction. 

MRS. LENA WEST 

Mrs. West is another one of our teachers that we have had for only one 
year, but we feel that we have had her longer, for she is our friend. We all like 
her and hope she will remain in Lincolnton High School a long, long time. 

MISS MAUDE HALL 

There is probably no teacher in the entire High .School who is as generally 
liked as Miss Hall. Her sweet disposition and charming personality with a 
slight sternness, tempered by her fun-loving nature, endears her to all. Lucky 
will be the man who at last claims her for his wife, but right now we aren't will- 
ing to let her leave Lincolnton High School. 

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SENIOR CLASS 

Flower: Wistaria Colors: White and Lavender 

Motto: "Excelsior" 

OFFICERS 

Margaret Lee - President 

William Wixgate Vice-President 

Jack Ramsaur Secretary 

Cecil I I \rss Treasurer 

Ruth Davis Historian 

Kate Robinson - Testator 

Frances Sharpe - - Poet 

Sue Maunev - - Prophet 

William Wixgate Donor 



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GLADYS ABERNETHY 



A child of gracious nature. 
flower simply sweet." 



i:al. and fine, 



Member of Glee Club. '24, '25. '2b; Dramatic Club. 
'24, '25; President of Dramatic Club, '26; President 
of Class, '24; Treasurer of Class, '25; Class His- 
torian. '24; Chief Marshal, '25; Cast, "What Hap- 
pened to Jones," '24; Girls' Athletic Association, '26; 
Assistant Editor Pine Btrr. '26. 

Gladys is one of the stars of our firmament. She 
is very gentle in manner, strong in performance. 
With "oodles" of pep, and an abundance of ideas, 
Gladys is a good judge of human nature, and although 
she comes to school for work, she is ready at all times 
to have fun. When "Tat" leaves us, we will miss 
an active member of our school. 



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IRENE BEATTIE 
"She is just the quid kind, whose nature never varies." 

Member of Girls' Literary Society, '2.!, C. H. S. ; 
Basketball Team. '24, C. 11. S.; Member of Dramatic 
Club, '20; Girls' Athletic Association, '26. 

Irene came to us from Crouse in our Junior year. 
Though she has been with us only two years, we re- 
gret that we have not had her during all our high 
school career. She is not capable of playing the ac- 
cordian but she has accomplished great skill in playing 
on the heart strings of the weaker sex. She will be 
missed in 1.. H. S. Good luck, Irene. 



GUY BEATTIE 

"Things are bound to happen- -why worry? 
Everything comes to him who waits why hurry?" 

Basketball. '23, '24, C. H. S.; Literary Society, 
'23, '24; President of Class. '23, '24, C. H. S.; Foot- 
b-dl Squad, '25; Dramatic Club '25, '26; Glee Club, 



Guy is our Hercules. He came to us from Crouse 
in our Senior year. His services to bis class have won 
for him a place in the hearts of all his classmates. 
Guy always takes an active part in anything we under- 
take. We regret that we have not had him with us 
longer. We predict success for him, for he has the 
qualities that lead to it. 



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SUSAN BLANCHE BLANTON 

'And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, that 
one small head could carry all she knew." 

Literary Club, '23; Annual Representative, '24; 
Dramatic Club, '25, '26; Marshal, '24; Stunt Night, 
'24; Cast, "In Dixon's Kitchen," '25; Secretary of 
Dramatic Club, '26; Assistant Librarian, '26; Club 
Editor of Pine Burr, '26. 

Blanche is a girl whom everyone enjoys meeting. 
She belongs to the intellectual, studious, and conscien- 
tious type and is one of our "A" students. By her 
[.leasing manner and charming personality she has en- 
deared herself to her classmates. In future years, may 
Dame Fortune smile on you, Blanche, but never her 
stepdaughter, Miss Fortune. 




JOHN RUSSEL CARPENTER 

"He sought knowledge and found it, 
And with eomnion sense he crowned it." 

Russel has been with us only during our Senior 
year, but we have found out that he is capable and 
studious. Russel is a good sport and we all like him. 
Our only regret is that we have not had him with 
us during our entire high school career. 



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EULA ESTELLE CORXWELL 

"Sincere and true, I strive in all my best to do." 

Basketball, '2.5; Literary Club, '23; Short Story 

Club, '24; Girls' Reserve Club, '25; Dramatic Club, 

'26; Athletic Association, '26; Glee Club, '26; Stunt 
Night, '24; Assistant Librarian, '26. 

When we say that we like Estelle, we really mean 
it. She is a good, true friend and though she is 
rather retiring and distant; when one knows her well, 
she is a jolly, good sport. We are mighty glad to 
have had Estelle with us during our high school life, 
and we wish her much success and happiness in the 
future years. 




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SARAH KATHERINE COON 
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 

Cast, "My Irish Rose," '24, D. H. S.; President 
Literary Society, '24, D. H. S.; Secretary Literary 
Society, '25, U. H. S.; Basketball, '23, '24, D. H. S.; 
Advertising Club, '26. 

Sarah is a girl whom anyone would be glad to know. 
Her merry laugh rings out proclaiming to all that 
worry is unnecessary. Although she came to us only 
in our Senior year, we feel that we have known her 
always as the jolly, good-natured girl that she is. Our 
best wishes for success go with her as she leaves our 
high school. 



RUTH CROSS DAVIS 



'The truest test of woman's worth, 
gentle birth is modesty." 



the surest sign of 



Literary Club, '23, R. H. S.; Civics Club, '23; Bas- 
ket Weavers Club, '24; Treasurer Girls' Reserve Club, 
'25; Assistant Librarian, '26. 

Ruth is very gentle, lovable, quiet and kind. She 
does not express her thoughts in so many words but 
they are thoughts of which anyone should be proud. She 
does things in her own simple way and they are al- 
ways as they should be. She is loved and cherished 
by those who have really learned to know her. 



MARIE ELVA DEITZ 

"She may be serious, she may be gay, but she is a 
rare good pal in a real good way." 

Track Team, '23; Sewing Club, '23; Short Story 
Club, '24; Cooking Club, '25; Stunt Night, '23, '24; 
Girls' Athletic Association, '25, '26; Girls' Basketball, 
'25, '26; Dramatic Club, '26; Circulation Manager of 
Pine Burr, '26. 

Here's to another of the Senior stand-bys. Elva has 
helped to uphold the Senior standards in every way. 
When it comes to athletics, Elva is always there. She 
is brimful of mischief and always ready for a good 
time; while on the other hand she is a good student 
and ready to help in any school activities. We are 
not worrying about you, Elva, because we know you 
have the grit to succeed. 



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ROBERT DELLINGER 

"A happy disposition, like dollars, will often times pay 
your own way." 

Dramatic Club, '24, '25, '26; Football Team, '24, 
'25, '26; Baseball Team, '23, '24, '25, '26; Basket- 
ball, '25. '26; President Hi-Y Club, '26; President of 
Class, '25; Athletic Association, '23, '24, '25, '26; 
Member of "L" Club, '23, '24, '25, '26. 

To be a favorite among his fellow students, a good 
athlete, and an all 'round good fellow is a privilege 
few of us have experienced, but all the same it is quite 
true of "Bob." We attribute his success to true 
sportsmanship. "Bob," if you play the game of life 
as you've played football you'll make a star citizen of 
whom your town will be proud. Your place in L. H. S. 
will be hard to fill next year. 



KENNETH ALEXANDER DELLINGER 

"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, 
ami pleasure my business." 

Radio Club, '23; Dramatic Club, '25, '24, '25, '26; 
Glee Club, '26; Cheer Leader, '25, '26; Football Squad, 
'26; Hi-Y Club, '23, '24, '25, '26; Stunt Night, '24, '25. 

Kenneth's ambition has been accomplished without 
any special struggle with the office. He has been 
graduated, had his picture in the Pine Burr, and 
owns a high school "dip." What is next on the pro- 
gram is not stated. Kenneth claims that his favorite 
expression is "Confound the luck!" but as he has no 
occasion to use it about himself he is very ready to 
sympathize with his friends with his favorite expres- 
sion. Our Alma Mater will miss Kenneth very much. 



IDA ROSALIN DIGH 

"Of all the girls that are so sweet, there's none like 
pretty Ida." 

Sewing Club, '25; Short Story Club, '24; Advertis- 
ing Club, '25; Dramatic Club, '26; Glee Club, '24, '25, 
'26; Athlet'C Association, '26; Stunt Night, '24. '25. 

A quiet little "Miss" is she, who moves among us 
with much dignity. Ida's attractiveness is admired by 
all her classmates. She is a very highly accomplished 
student and deserves much credit for her work. Her 
pleasing manner and winning smile and ways have 
won for her a place in the hearts of all her classmates. 
She will be greatly missed in L. H. S., but we feel 
sure success awaits her as a stenographer. 







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OVELLA DUNCAN 
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Civics Club, '23; Short Story Club, '24; Girls' Re- 
serve Club, '25; President Sewing Club, '26; Stunt 
Night, '26; Pine Burr Staff, '26; Athletic Associa- 
tion, '26. 

Ovella is our most studious classmate. She worries 
very much over her studies, but always finds time for 
fun. She is a girl of high ideals and is most modest 
in manner and lady-like in deportment. We predict a 
most brilliant future for her, who is loved by all her 
classmates. 



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conduct blameless, her friend- 



Civics Club, '2.!; Study Club, '24; Stunt Night, '24; 
rls' Track Association, '23; Typewriting Certificate, 
5; Bookkeeping Certificate, '25; Dramatic Club, '26; 
iris' Athletic Association, '26. 



Of all the girls in our class there is no one who is 
more studious and reserved than Pauline. In her work 
we find her always conscientious. She devotes her 
time to commercial work and excels in it. If any 
argument arises in class meetings she never worries 
about whether it will end in a "hair-pulling" or not. 
We admire her calmness. 



EVELYN KKWIX 



'Original wit and heart of gold, 
and grace were told." 



charming personality 



Basketball, '25, '24, S. H. S.; Basketball, '25, '26, 
L. H. S.; Volleyball, '23, '24, S. H. S.; Critic Lit- 
erary Society, '23, S. H. S.; Winner Declamation Con- 
test, '23, S. H. S.; Glee Club, '24, '25, '26; Dramatic 
Club, '24; Secretary and Treasurer Advertising Club, 
'25; Cheer Leader, '25, '26; President Advertising 
Club, '26; Winner Ladies Home Journal Contest, '26; 
President (iirls' Athletic Association, '26; Stunt 
Night, '25. '26; Editor-in-Chief of I'ixi Ki-rr, '26. 

A word to describe our incomparable Evelyn simply 
fails us. She's just Evelyn. To those who are so 
fortunate to know her, this "just" means a true 
friend, a good sport, a ready smile, a generous nature 
and numerous other qualifications of the lady. She 
is one of the rare persons who possesses a real sense of 
humor — depend on Evelyn to see the bright side of any 
subject or thought presented to her. With all these 
characteristics combined in this one person we find a 
"live wire and a certain cure for the blues." What- 
ever her chosen career proves to be, we are sure from 
her past record that she will know only success. 
Evelyn, may everything that goes to make one happy 
be yours, is the sincere wish of all at "ole" L. II. S. 



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ROBERT SIGMON HARRILL 
"Every inch a man — some man." 

Dramatic Club, '22. A. H. S.; Literary Club, '23, 
A. H. S.; Basketball Team, '24, '25, A. H. S., '26, 
L. H. S.; Debating Club, '24, A. H. S. 

Robert has been with us one year only, but we feel 
sure that he made as good record at the former 
school which he attended as he is making in L. H. S. 
Robert is our "real basketball player." He has not 
yet encountered a problem in school, which he has not 
been able to conquer, including geometry. In every 
phase of school life he has reached a noteworthy per- 
fection, and it is with regret that we have to part with 
him. 



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WILLIAM CECIL HAUSS 

"It is the character that makes a man. and the char- 
acter is always being shaken by the daily 
thoughts and actions." 

Advertising Club, '23, '25; Nature Club, '24; Dra- 
matic Club, '26; Champion Certificate in Typewriting, 
'25; Bronze Medal for Typewriting, '25; Silver Medal 
for Typewriting, '26; Stunt Night, '24, '25; Business 
Manager of Pine Burr, '26; Treasurer of Senior 
Class, '26. 

Cecil is our business man. Could we ever run our 
class without him to collect dues? As business man- 
ager of the Pine Burr he has worked faithfully and 
deserves much credit. He is our star typewriting stu- 
dent and is also an accomplished musician. So you 
see, he is an all-round boy and we are proud to claim 
him as our classmate. Cecil, here's to you! 



LOY AUGUSTAS HEAVNER 



"He teas a gcntlemar 
trust." 



on whom I built 



absolute 



Glee Club, '25, '24, '25, '26; Football, '24, '25; Ad- 
vertising Club, '26; "L" Club, '25; President of "L" 
Club, '26; Hi-Y Club, '25; Baseball, '25, '24, '25; 
Vice-President "L" Club, '24; Vice-President Hi-Y 
Club, '24. 

Loy is the favorite of our class and everywhere — 
with the girls, the teachers, and even with the boys! 
But especially he is more popular with the girls. He 
is a star athlete of the class, and has won dis- 
tinction in football and baseball, and in all other ac- 
tivities of the school. His winning smile catches 'em 
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EVA HOLLY 

"The most certain sign of wisdom is a continued 
cheerfulness." 

Literary Society, '23, '24, U. H. S.; Cast, "Jayville 
function," '23, U. H. S.; Assistant Pianist, '23, '24, 
U. H. S.; Basketliall Team, '2,?, U. H. S.; Glee Club, 
'24, U. H. S.; Girls' Reserve Club, '25; Dramatic 
Club, '26. 

Eva believes in the saying, "When in Rome, do as 
the Unmans do." She comes to school to work, but 
out of school she is always ready to have some fun. 
Eva's winning ways and pleasant smile have won for 
her a large number of friends. We all love her and 
feel sure that success awaits her in the stenographic 
world. 



ANNIE PEARL HUSS 

"Her joys are as deep as the ocean, tier troubles as 
light as its foam." 

Civics Club, '23; Girls' Track Association, '23; Ad- 
vertising Club, '24; Basketball, '23; Stunt Night, '24; 
Typewriting Certificate, '25; Bookkeeping Certificate, 
'25; Dramatic Club, '26; Girls' Athletic Association, 
'26. 

Here's to Annie, our faithful Senior, who has won 
the love of all her classmates. "Still water runs 
deep," goes the old saying, and this is especially true 
of Annie. She does not, however, lack in popularity 
for her gentle ways. Annie stands well in the esteem 
of all her teachers, and we know she will be success- 
fid in the future. Annie, we wish you well! 



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THOMAS LINDSAY HUNTER 
"The zi'isdom of many; tlie ivit of one,'' 

Radio Club, '22, '23, '24; Tennis Club, '22, '23, '24, 
'26; Hi-Y Club, '22, '23. '24, '25, '26; Dramatic Club, 
'24, '25, '26; Secretary of Class, '24; Stunt Night, 
'24, '25. 

Lindsay is a hard worker, a clear thinker, and a 
good-natured comrade. In fact, we believe that 
"Dience" beneath his carefully slicked hair, has a 
powerful brain. Lindsay is earnest, reliable, steady, 
and persistent. He is a bright student, loves a good 
time, and has a merry soul whose merriment is con- 
tagious. In fact, he always has a smile and a kind 
word for everyone. We feel sure that L. H. S. will 
profit by his future success. 



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OLLIE MAE KEEVER 

"The most manifest sign of wisdom is continued 
cheerfulness." 

Literary Club, '23; Short Story Club, '24; Girls' 
Reserve Club, '25, '26; Dramatic Club, '26; Toke Edi- 
tor of Pine Burr, '26; Basketball, '22, '23; Girls' 
Athletic Association, '26; Stunt Night, '24, '25, '26. 

When anybody mentions the term "Just a good old 
girl," it is equivalent to saying "Ollie Mae Keever." 
With a mind brimming over with wit and humor, she 
is always on hand for fun, and has never been known 
to miss the opportunity of indulging in some kind of 
mischief (to the delight of the faculty). We all love 
Ollie Mae, 'cause she forms a friendship which makes 
her a friend through thick and thin. What more can 
be said ? 




MARGARET BORDON LEE 
"She held the love of all — life has no more to give." 

Glee Club, '22; President Literary Club, '23; Ad- 
vertising Club, '24; Stunt Night, '24; Dramatic Club, 
'25, '26; President of Class, '26; Assistant Manager 
of Pine Burr, '26; Hostess of Athletic Association, 
'26; Member of Athletic Association, '25, '26. 

Here is a rare girl who can keep up a gay social 
life without neglecting her studies. She always has a 
good time and yet is well up in her classes. She has 
popularity and a better sport would be hard to find. 
Her willingness to help makes her beloved by all who 
know her, and her agreeable manner makes her a de- 
sirable companion. Our best wishes go with her for 
a bright and prosperous future. 



VIVA LEE LINEBERGER 

"Ye belles and ye flirts, and ye pert little things. 
Who trip in the frolic — some round." 

Track Team, '23; Dramatic Club, '23, '24, '26; 
Class Treasurer, '24; Advertising Club, '25; Annual 
Representative, '24; Girls' Athletic Association, '25, 
'26; Treasurer Dramatic Club, '26; Cast, "What Hap- 
pened to Jones," '23; Stunt Night, '24, '25, '26; Glee 
Club, '23, '24, '25, '26; Basketball Team, '25. 

No girl in the Senior class has helped the school 
more than Viva Lee. She is always ready to help in 
any activity. If you hear the words, "Really, aw, go 
on," you'll know without looking it is happy-go-lucky 
Viva Lee. Because of her sweet disposition and 
thoughtfulness of others she is loved by all her class- 
mates. We are sorry to part with Viva Lee. 




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SUE JANE MAUNEY 
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 

Track Team, 'J.i; Literary Club, '24; Short Story 
Club, '24; Vice-President Class, '24; Basketball, '25, 
'26; Vice-President Dramatic Club, '26; Girls' Reserve 
Club, '26; Stunt Night, '24, '25, '26; Cooking Club, 
'25; Advertising Manager of Pine Burr, '26. 

Here is a girl whom we all love. Though little in 
stature, she is probably the best all-round Senior. 
She is a jolly good sport, and her greatest delight is 
playing forward for the "Yellow Jackets." We could 
hardly do without her loyal support on the team. Her 
winsome ways have won for her a dear spot in the 
hearts of all her classmates. We wish her the best 
that life can give. 



NELLIE KATHLEEN MULLEN 
"The guide of life is common sense." 

Member of Sewing Club. '22, '25; Member of Short 
Story Club, '2.1,, '24; Dramatic Club, '25, '26. 

Kathleen has so little to say that we sometimes do 
not realize how much we should miss her if she were 
not with us. Day after day, she attends school smil- 
ing, giving good recitations, and returning next day 
to repeat the process. We all love Kathleen and will 
miss her next year when we are separated. We wish 
her good luck in years to come. 



JUANITA PROCTOR 

"Her s)iiiie shows her happiness; her friends her 
popularity." 

Literary Club, '25, A. H. S.; Dramatic Club, '25, 
A. H. S.; Basketball Team, '25, A. H. S.; Advertising 
Club, '26; Girls' Athletic Association, '26. 

Juanita came to us from Asbury in our Senior year, 
and we are fortunate indeed, to have her. Her oblig- 
ing ways atid sweet disposition have won for her a 
wide circle of friends. Juanita's our friend and pal, 
'cause she's with us in all our joys and sorrows. We 
feel sure she will succeed in whatever life work she 
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JACK HENRY RAMSAUR 

Such music (as 'tis said) before was never made." 

President Dramatic Club, '24, '25; Typewriting 
Award, '25; President Physical Culture Club, '25, '26; 
Cast, Stunt Night, '24, '25; Secretary of Class, '26. 

Jack has a gentle smile at the corners of his mouth 
that is rather attractive, at least so say the fairer sex. 
He is quiet, not so very, though, in all his work in 
our school. He shows his worthiness in learning diffi- 
cult lessons by his surpassing grades in French. When 
it comes to music, he is a second Beethoven, for he 
not only has music at his finger tips, but also in his 
heart. Jack is really a "jazz hound," but he will not 
admit it. We know better than to believe his alibis, 
for we have heard him "toot" entrancing melodies 
from his saxophone, and "pound" airs of the same 
sweetness from his piano. We predict for him a record 
that will be the pride of his class. 



KATHERINE RHODES 
"Though modest and shy, she'd laugh or die." 

Literary Society, '2i, D. H. S.; Basketball. '24, 
D. H. S.; Literary Society, '25, U. H. S.; Advertis- 
ing Club, '26; Athletic Association, '26. 

With her quiet manners and charming personality 
Katherine has won for herself a name in school that 
will not soon be forgotten. We regret that we have 
not had Katherine with us for more than one year, 
because she's a true friend, and a hard worker. With 
her winning smile and determination she is sure to 
accomplish all her tasks. 



KATE ROBINSON 

"Who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with 
mirth." 

Class Historian, '23; Member Sewing Club, '23; 
Member Basket Weavers, '24; President Girls' Re- 
serve Club, '25; Stunt Night, '25; Assistant Librarian, 
'26; Pine Burr Staff, '26. 

Our Kate is quiet, modest, and capable. She pur- 
sues her studies in a calm manner, and always has a 
ready answer for the numbers of questions that are 
fired in her direction. Day after day she learns her 
lessons, and in every way she constantly keeps in- 
creasing her knowledge of things in general. So Kate 
may feel sure that as she leaves L. H. S. she carries 
with her the best wishes of her classmates for a suc- 
cessful future. 




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JULIA ANNETTE RUDISILL 

'Her friendship has the power to soothe a heart in 
its darkest hour." 

Basketball, '2.3, '24, C. H. S.; Literary Society, 
'2.3, '24, C. H. S.; Member Dramatic Club, '25, '26; 
Vice-President Dramatic Club, '26; Member Athletic 
Association, '25, '26. 

One would have to go far to find a truer and bet- 
ter friend than Annette. Being of a sweet and lovable 
nature she has a circle of friends that is large and 
lasting. Annette is a good student and a loyal worker 
in whatever pertains to high school work. When she 
sets to do a thing, she usually succeeds, and in her 
studies she ranks among the first. Good luck, Annette! 



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LEILA ISABELLE SELF 

"Give me true friends and music, and life would be 
a pleasure." 

Track Team, '23; Literary Club, '24; Secretary and 
Treasurer Short Story Club, '25 ; President Cooking 
Club, '25; Girls' Basketball Team, '25, '26; Girls' 
Reserve Club, '26; Stunt Night, '24, '25, '26; Presi- 
dent Masqueraders, '26; Floor Manager Basketball 
Team, '25; Treasurer and Secretary Athletic Associa- 
tion, '26; Marshal, '25. 

Leila is an ideal little friend, and to know her is 
to love her. She is of a very cheerful, kind, and 
sympathetic disposition and has proved to be a loyal 
member to her classmates. Her position as forward on 
the basketball team will be hard to fill. L. H. S. will 
always be proud to claim her as one of her daughters. 
Good luck, Leila. 




LOY EVRY SELF 

"He who follows intellect will achieve." 

President Literary Society, '2.3, '24, H. C. H. S.; 
Dramatic Club, '25, '26; Stunt Night, '25; Basketball 
Squad, '25, '26. 

Loy has made his years in L. H. S. a period of 
study and pleasure combined. He believes in taking 
things as they come and worrying about nothing. He 
is fortunate enough to retain his good humor and pres- 
ence of mind under the most trying circumstances. 
Possessing an unlimited amount of energy and a keen 
sense of humor, coupled with his "etching" ways, he 
will make for himself an enviable position wherever 
he goes. 



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LULA FRANCES SHARPE 

"Be true to your word, your work, and your friends." 

Vice-President Civics Club, '23; Short Story Club, 
'24; Girls' Reserve Club, '25; Stunt Night, '23, '24, 
'25; Girls' Athletic Association, '25; Secretary Girls' 
Reserve, '26; Dramatic Club, '26. 

Fannie is seldom as serious as her picture indi- 
cates. Usually we see her smiling and enjoying the 
world. She is a living proof that a Senior may be 
happy and gay and at the same time pass with honors 
in her classes. Her sunny disposition shines even on 
the rainiest days to cheer us as we pursue our school 
duties day after day. Good luck, Fannie. 



FOREST SHUFORD 

"A man to meet with out-stretched hand, a gentleman, 
through and through." 

Member Radio Club, '23, '25; President Radio Club, 
'24, '26; "L" Culb, Baseball, '2i. '24: Football, '25, 
'26; Basketball, '25; Vice-President Hi-Y Club, '26; 
Athletic Editor Pine Burr, '26. 

A jolly good pal who always wears a smile except 
when he's laughing. He is a radio bug, and when it 
comes to radio bugs, this radio bug can eat any other 
one alive. He's a football bug too, and just an all- 
round boy. "Hippo" has a friendly way and a kind 
word for everyone, which is sure to carry him for- 
ward to success. He has faithfully supplied his class 
with ready wit, and old L. H. S. will surely miss him. 



JOHN OSCAR SHUFORD 

"Silence, where nothing need be said, is the eloquence 
of discretion." 

Athletic Association, '23; Baseball, '22; Football, 
'22, '26; Radio Club, '22. '2i; President Physical Cul- 
ture Club, '25; Typewriting Certificate, '26; "L" 
Club, '26. 

Come out of the silence, Jack, and tell us who you 
are. Jack is a mystery. An Egyptian Sphinx has 
nothing on him. He gets his lessons every time and 
he's always on the spot when needed. We catch a 
glimpse of him ever so often, but his time is not yet. 
He's going to emerge some day and startle the world 
with the mind and achievements of the super-man. 




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LOLA HELEN THOMPSON 
"Talking, she knew not what nor cared not why." 

Sewing Club, '2i; Track Team. '23; Short Story 
Club, '24; Stunt Night, '24, '25; Cooking Club, '25; 
Athletic Association, '25; Dramatic Club, '26; Cir- 
culation Manager of Pine Burr Staff, '26. 

Helen is full of pep, never still, and engaged in in- 
cessant conversation. But back of this she is one of the 
finest girls in school. She always knows her lessons 
and has plenty of school spirit. She goes into every- 
thing with a snap that always will surely be missed in 
L. H. S. 




LAWRENCE DAVID WARLICK 

"If school anil hunting clash, let school go smash." 

Dramatic Club, '23, '24, '25; Glee Club, '24, '25; 
Hi-Y Club, '24, '25; "L" Club; Chief Marshal, '25; 
Stunt Night, '25; Cast, "What Happened to Jones"; 
President of Glee Club, '26; Circulation Manager of 
Pink Burr, '26. 

David is really a good sport. He is always ready 
for fun. and is a true friend. He will never lie tnr- 
fotten by the many friends he has made in L. H. S. 
We feel sure that success awaits David as he enters 
into his life's work. Men may come and men may 
go, but David goes on forever. 



CLARENCE AMON. WILKINSON 



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Act well your part, ther 

ember Baseball Squad, 
sical Culture Club, '25, 



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all the honor lies/ 

5; Football Squad, 
>: Stunt Night. '25 



arence is called the quietest boy in the Senior 
*, but we are glad indeed to have him as a meru- 
it the class of '26, because of his real worth and 
suming ways, he is liked by all of the faculty and 
•Tits. He is very studious, sometimes, 'especially 
id-term. His brilliance is a very pleasant help in 

of trouble to his classmates. We hate to part 

"Cowboy." 



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WILLIAM JAMES WINGATE 

'Barn for success, he seemed with grace to win, 
With heart to hold, with shining gifts that took all 



Tennis Club, '23; President of Literary Club, '24; 
Dramatic Club. '22, '23, '24; A. H. S. Cast in Stunt 
Night Play, '25; Class Historian, '25; Typewriting 
Award, '26; V. P. Class, '26. 

A mischief maker, teasing and laughing his way 
through life, and leaving a shining trail of merriment 
behind. A mind sparkling with brilliance. To Bill, 
this world is sad, and must lie pepped up a bit. but 
we know the heart that's back of the mischief, and 
it's a big and a kind one, and it is all for making this 
a happier universe to live in. "Bill" has been a very 
industrious student, and has applied himself diligently 
to his work. If William applies himself to his life 
work as he has to his high school tasks, we forecast 
for him a brilliant and successful future. 



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SARAH HELEN YODER 
"Nothing is more valuable than silence." 

Secretary and Treasurer Home Economics Club, '25; 
Sewing Club, '23: Dramatic Club, '24, '26; Stunt 
Night, '25; Art Editor Pink Burr, '26. 

Sarah is one of our modest, lovable, and sincere 
Seniors. Though quiet and reserved, she has an arm- 
ful of attractive ways. Different, yes, that describes 
her. Though lost in dreams as all other artists are, 
she is one of the best talkers in our class. Sarah has 
succeeded at L. H. S. and we wish her success in 
other institutions. 




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CLASS POEM 

When the '26 roll has heen called the last time, 

And the day for graduation is near, 
Tho' our paths may lead to some distant clime, 

Our days in "Old High" will ever be dear. 

The time is at hand when we must say good-bye, 

To our teachers and classmates so dear, 
May their influence inspire us to try. 

To keep our ideals pure and clean. 

As we go out on the highway of life, 

To whatever fortune may await, 
We trust we may face every strife, 

With a courage unshaken by our fates. 

Dear classmates, may our memories e'er be sweet. 
And may they, ever treasured in each heart, 

Bring fond remembrance of school days replete, 
With joys, tho' youth may depart. 

— Fannie; Sharpe. 



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ISTORY 




Being naturally mathematically inclined and having sought a solution of the 
problem from the classes before us we found by an almost endless task of sub- 
tracting four from twenty-six that we entered High School in the year One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty-two. 

At the head of our crew, numbering fifty-nine, stood Eugene Hartman, our 
president. Viva Lee attended to our extensive business affairs. 

Most of us passed our work during the year and because of that fact we 
were declared Sophomores, entirely eligible to resume the studies of Latin, or 
science. This class witnessed the beginning of a new high school building and 
eagerly watched its seemingly slow progress. 

At the beginning of our Junior year, we were overjoyed by being allowed to 
increase our knowledge (if we had any) in the new Lincolnton High School 
building, which was almost completed. 

Although we were sixty strong the new building and its vastness almost 
overwhelmed us and it was fully two months before we were able to know exactly 
where we were without asking someone else. 

It was at the first of our Senior year that the football team made a flying 
start, won five victories and great was the shouting of the Seniors over each one. 

Early in the year the Pine Burr spirit was reported at death's door but Aliss 
Blanche Burke came to the rescue and the report was exploded. 

But after all, one might ask what does it all amount to? To be serious we 
are proud of this Lincolnton High ; this intellectual mother ; but to be more seri- 
ous, we hope that she can be justly proud of us. 

We will soon receive our diplomas and will then scatter to the four corners ; 
to work, to marry, to suffer, to enjoy, to die — "A quoi bon?" We entered, we 
remained, we leave. This is our history. 

— Ruth Cross Davis. 



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We, the undersigned, being in an unsound and unstable state of mind, and 
realizing that we have not much longer to remain in high school, have determined, 
after due consideration, to will and bequeath a few of our numerous possessions 
as follows : 

I, Ovella Duncan, do hereby solemnly will and bequeath my numerous and 
maidenly blushes to Gladys Fortenbury, hoping that she will win the love of 
"Red" Dellinger. 

After my departure, I, Kathleen Mullen, do desire that ray quiet and mouse- 
like disposition be given to Examae Schrum so that she may be able to slip about 
unnoticed as successfully as I have. 

To Mr. E. D. Johnson, I, Cecil Hauss, do hereby give my eminent velocity 
as a typist with anticipations that he will attain a speed far superior to that of 
Tangora. I also desire that my great musical ability go to Hugh Rudisill with 
the sincere hope that he will sometime in the future become a second Paderewski. 

To Carson Burke and Clay Beam, I, Clarence Wilkinson, do solemnly will 
and bequeath my most respected name "Cowboy." 

I, Blanche Blanton, do honestly desire that my distinction as faculty pet go 
to Victor Ledford as it may be of some help. To Marie Womack I hereby hand 
over my so-called "devilish eyes." 

To Moye Heafner I, Estelle Cornwall, do hereby will my independence and 
ability to stand on my own "Tub" with the sincere hope that she will use these 
qualities next year, instead of this. 

I, Eva Holly, do solemnly will my love for Miss McKay to Kenneth Del- 
linger, hoping that he may be able to pass history as easily as I have. 

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I, Ruth Davis, have decided to allow my honor as the "Most Dignified 
Senior," to go to Pauline Cornwall, in the hope that she may fulfill the title as 
well as I have. 

1, ( )llie Mae Keever do will and hequeath my diminutive circumference to 
Helen Hauss. 

To Louise Heavner I, Ollie Mae Keever, do will my marvelous ability to 
work arithmetic problems, hoping that she will lie able to work them with as much 
ease as I; and to Prue Yount do I will my agility in tennis. May she become a 
second Helen Wills. 

My numerous winning smiles and blushes which were left me by a member 
of Class '25, I, Irene Beattie. do bestow on Lona Self. To Evangeline Ilouser, 
I will my geometry compass, hoping that she will use it as profitably as 1 have 
in drawing the many attractive geometrical figures. 

I. Sarah Coon, do hereby will my love for Miss Anthony to Susan Pong, 
hoping that she may be as successful in dodging English questions in Burke as 
I have. 

I, Juanita Proctor, will my love for Miss Gray to John Senter. 

Knowing Miss Anthony's fondness for correcting mixed expressions, I, Fan- 
nie Sharpe. will my inexhaustible supply to the whole Junior class. Because of 
their vast number you may use them liberally. 

I, Fannie Sharpe, will my musical talent to Tom Armstrong and Harmon 
James — may the unearthly sounds heard before chapel be more harmonious. To 
Moye Heafner I will my sarcasm, hoping it will be of incomparable value to her 
in history class. 

To Victor Rudisill I, Lindsay Hunter, do will my ability to Charleston in 
the fond hope that it may afford him as much popularity as it has me. 

I. Loy Self, give my ability to express mvself fluently and understandably 
to Gladys Mullen, knowing that this trait will be most useful when she becomes 
a missionary; and to Lemuel Williams 1 leave my mustache, knowing that it will 
match the color of his golden locks perfectly. 

I, Annie Huss, do solemnly will my chewing gum to Gladys Fortenbury — 
may she never run out of ammunition. 

I, Evelyn Erwin, do hereby will to Dorothy Perkins my innocent brown eyes, 
hoping that she will be more successful in vamping her numerous crushes than 
I have. 

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I, Leila Self, will my position, jumping center for the "Yellow Jackets," to 
Frances Mauney, hoping that she will have better success than I. 

To C. G. Rudisill, I, Sue Jane Mauney, do bequeath my hen-like laugh with 
the request that he substitute it for his mule-like bray. 

I, Elva Deitz, will my title, "Man-hater," to Elizabeth McLean, knowing 
that it will be of inestimable value in her conquest of the weaker sex. 

We, Kate Robinson and Ruth Cross Davis, do will our firm friendship and 
fond love for each other to Wilma Ramsey and Harmon James in the hope that 
they will be as good "twins" as we have been. 

I, William Wingate will "snitch," my favorite synonym for "swipe" to 
Lemuel Williams, on the condition that he use it as often as I have. And to Yates 
Beal I leave my blushes, with the hope that he does not burn up so many collar- 
bands as I have by them. 

I, Margaret Lee, do hereby will and bequeath to Dora Moore and Emily 
Grigg my ability to tell jokes on biology class so that they may be able to keep 
the other members of the class awake as successfully as I have. 

And I, Sue Mauney, do regretfully leave to Harmon James my freckle cream. 

We, Annette Rudisill and Alargaret Lee, do hereby bequeath to Evangeline 
Houser and Velma Sullivan our right to loaf in the hall, hoping they can dodge 
Mr. Johnson more easily than we did. 

We, Evelyn Erwin and Cecil Hauss, will all our troubles as well as our 
pleasures to the editor and business manager of the 1927 Pine Burr. 

We do hereby subscribe our names and affix our signatures. 

CLASS OF '26, 

— Kate Robinson, '26, 
Lazvyer. 

Witnesses : 

Clyde Cornwall, 
Woodrow Armstrong, 
Jack Canipe. 



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"OUT OF THE MIST" 

Time: June 7, 1976, 
Place: "A blasted heath." 

Entrance to witch's cave in background. The stage is in complete dark- 
ness except for the smouldering fire under the huge cauldron, placed just out- 
side the cave, and the vague glimmer of moonlight. The curtain rises on an 
empty stage, dimly-lighted. The light gradually increases as the moon rises, 
strains of weird music sound and a band of elves and imps dances in. They dance 
and caper before the cave, but stop, listen as if frightened as voices sound out- 
side. As the voices draw nearer they retreat to the bushes at the side of the cave 
where they hide, peeping out now and then. The sound of voices grows more 
distinct and presently two people enter at the right. As they come down the stage 
they are seen to be an old woman and an old man. lioth are handsomely dressed, 
suggesting prosperity and comfort. The old man speaks first. 

Dr. Dellinger: "Well, the party was a 'howling success' if I do say it 
myself." 

Mrs. Dellinger: "Yes, but wouldn't it have been nice to have had all our 
classmates with us?" 

Dr. D. : "Now that would have been fine. 1 wonder what the old 'bunch' 
is doing now. Fifty years is a long time." 

Airs. D. : "It is indeed and Oklahoma is a long way from Lincolnton, and 
Dr. D., the famous surgeon, is a long way from I Sob Dellinger of High School 
days." 

Dr. D. : "But no further away than Mrs. Dellinger, the prominent politician, 
is from Ollie May Keever of the good old days." 

Mrs. D. : "Oh, l!ob! You are making fun! But seriously, I would like to 
know what has become of our classmates. By the way, did you see about Sue 
Mauney's success? (Bob shakes his head) She's a great spiritualist. The article 
I read said that she had a cave near here." 

Dr. D. : "Ah, ha! So that's why you brought me this way is it? I was 
wondering." 

(Imps and elves now dance forward singing as they circle the speakers.) 

( Ollie May Shrinks against Bob — she is frightened. ) 

Dr. D. : "Don't be afraid Ollie May, 1 bet these are some of Sue's imps. 
It's just like her to have such a gang. Here, you! What do you mean, speak so 
a man can understand you ?" 

( Imps sing more clearly. ) 

Imps: "Oh, would you your old friends see? Would you indeed know their 
fates? Neri will bring them before thee, you shall behold your dear classmates." 

(They bow and beckon toward cave and witch appears. She is young and 
beautiful, wears a flowing black robe decorated with silver stars and crescent 
moons. She stands with lifted arm in listening attitude for a moment, then holds 
out both hands. ) 

Witch : "What! Bob, Ollie May! How glad I am to see you both." 

(She stirs fire; light flashes up, showing her more distinctly.) 

Mrs. D. : "I read in The Times that you had found the fountain of youth. I 
didn't believe it, but now I'm convinced that you have." 



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Dr. D. : "By Jingo. The years have certainly helped yon!" (steps toward 
the Witch ). 

Witch: "Same old Bob! But tell ine, what you have been doing all these 
years? Wait, is there anything that you specially want?" 

Mrs. D. : "This is our golden anniversary and we thought that it wouldn't 
be complete without seeing our old classmates. Vet 1 don't want to see them as 
they are today, old and perhaps sad. I think it would be splendid to see each one 
at the supreme moment of his life. Can you show me that?" 

Witch: "Surely. I hadn't thought of that. It would be fine. Yes. we'll 
have them here in a jiffy. Sit down on that mossy log there in the shadow and 
soon our friends of long ago will pass before us. But not a word, no matter 
what you see." (She motions for imps; as they appear, she says: "Haste thee, 
bring me here the blooms of spring and the dust of winter." 
elves. Witch speaks to Bob and Oliie May.) 

Witch: "Remember if one word be spoken the spe 
ware! Beware!" 

( Imps enter, bringing basket filled with rose petals 
dust.) Witch sprinkles this into the cauldron, chanting: 



lx'\{ imps and 
pell will be broken. Be- 
and box filled with 



"Bloom of summer, winter's snow, 
Within the cauldron, seethe and glow, 
Backward turn now, Oh Time in thy flight, 
Show us our friends again just for tonight." 

(Continues chant in Latin) 
Surgendum Tibi 
Sur Gendum Tibi 
Surgendum Tibi Prima Luce. 

Witch ( turning to Bob and ( )llie May): "Again, beware! If one word be 
spoken, the spell then will be broken." 

(Witch looks into pot and then speaks.) 

Witch: "Ah! Madame Valerie, we know her as Viva Lee Lineberger, the 
world-famous toe dancer, as she appeared on the night when she took Paris by 
storm." ( Puff of smoke from cauldron as Viva Lee comes out and dances lightly 
across the stage. Witch looks again into the pot and sprinkles dust on the fire. ) 

Witch: "Why if this isn't Gladys Abernethy, but now she is a deaconess 
working in the slums of New York." (Gladys comes out and walks demurely 
across the stage. ) 

Witch: "But look who is next! It's Hippo Shuford. lie is a famous ani- 
mal trainer and of course his specialty is training hippopotamuses." (Forest, 
dressed in gaudy colors and flourishing whip, crosses stage. ) 

Witch ( bending to look into pot ) : "< )f course, we all know that some day 
Kate Robinson would be a great actress and now she has just been given the 
title of 'The Second Gloria Swanson'." Kate, dressed as an actress, crosses 
stage. ) 

Witch: "Now, look who's here. Helen Thompson! She has broken the 
world's record in gum chewing. She has succeeded in chewing 3,900 times to 
the minute." (Helen wearing a banner, lettered World Champion, crosses stage.) 

( Witch looks verv intently into cauldron for a moment, then turns to Bob 
and Ollie May.) 

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Witch: "Did you ever think that Irene Beattie and Loy Self would marry 
each other! Yet there they are on their wedding day." ( Irene and Loy, dressed 
as bride and groom, cross stage slowly to the soft strains of "Lohengrin.") 

Witch: "Doctor Rudisill ! During high school days she was gay Annette, 
but now she is a famous dentist, and has just made a set of false teeth for the 
King of England." (Annette, dressed as a dentist, crosses the stage.) 

( Witch looks surprised as she gazes into pot and puts more dust on the fire.) 

Witch: "Whv, it's Elva Deitz ! The audience went wild over her singing in 
the Metropolitan Opera House and they now speak of her as the second Jenny 
Lind. (Elva dressed in an evening gown crosses stage.) (The witch looks into 
the pot and begins laughing. ) 

Witch: "Just look who is here, Leila Self, of the good old days but now 
she is Mrs. Cosgreve. You see her now as she looked the day she won the prize 
at Lincoln County Fair for having the largest family." ( Leila wearing an ill- 
fitting cheap dress comes out, followed by thirteen children and crosses stage.) 

Witch: "Can you imagine Russell Carpenter being the Dean of X. C. C. W.? 
Well, he is and all the girls are crazy about him." ( Russell crosses stage. ) 
( Witch bends over and looks into pot. ) 

Witch: "And next is Estelle Cornwell. She has just made herself famous 
by playing opposite Rudolph Valentino in that romantic drama 'Romeo and 
Juliet'." ( Estelle walks across stage dressed as Juliet. ) 

Witch: " T Jut would you ever think that Katheleen Mullen would be a mod- 
iste for Xew York's Four Hundred?" (Kathleen comes out smartly dressed.) 
( Witch looks into pot and sprinkles more dust on the fire. ) 

Witch : "( )f course, we knew that Jack Ramsaur would some day have a 
band of his own and now he has just finished giving a concert over the radio." 
( Jack plays "Remember" on saxophone as he crosses the stage. ) 

Witch: "Pauline Edwards has realized her greatest ambition for she is at 
last Henry Ford's secretary." ( Pauline, dressed as secretary walks across stage. ) 
( Witch looks into pot. ) 

Witch: "William Wingate, the President's chief cook! He looks mighty 
prosperous, so I guess his pie crusts please the President." (William comes out 
in white with cap and apron and crosses stage.) 

Witch: "Whv. if this isn't Eva I lollv. Remember how she used to swing 
those curves! Well, she has a chance to go fast now, for she is reallv in the 
races. She is supremely happy, for she has just won over DePaolo." (Eva 
comes out dressed in riding suit. ) i Witch, puts dust on fire and looks in 
cauldron. ) 

Witch: "Did you ever think that luanita Proctor would be an orator? She 
is giving- a series of lectures in Sanscrit at Harvard University to the teachers 
of dead languages." ( luanita dressed in tailored suit " r a1ks across stage. ) 

Witch: "Look who is here! Mr. and Mrs. Warlick. Since Margaret Lee 
is a doctor and David an undertaker, thev are very prosperous." (Margaret and 
David cross stage together.) (Witch looks in not.) 

Witch: "Annie Huss and Robert Harri.1l have become Marathon dancers and 
thev are now touring Furope. teachine the Charleston to the nobility." (Annie 
and Robert do a step of the Charleston as thev cross stage.) 

Witch: "We all knew that Sarah Coon would some day teach expression, 
and she is now teaching in Agnes Scott." ( Sarah, dressed as a teacher, appears.) 



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Witch : "Clarence Wilkinson is now the world's champion boxer. He has 
just succeeded in knocking Dempsey out and he is now challenging any man in 
the world, no matter what race or color." (Clarence, dressed as a boxer, crosses 
stage.) (Witch puts more dust on fire and smoke rises. She looks in the pot 
again. ) 

Witch: "Why. if this isn't Blanche Blanton. She is now a missionary to 
Japan. While there she married a Japanese Prince, and just to please him, she 
wore this costume at the wedding." ( Blanche, in Japanese costume, comes for- 
ward. ) 

Witch: "Katherine Rhodes has just made herself famous by singing title 
role in 'Carmen'." ( Katherine, dressed as a Carmen, passes across stage. ) ( Witch 
gazes in cauldron again). 

Witch: "Paderewski has only one rival, Cecil Hauss. Some people think 
that Cecil's minuet is much finer than I 'aderewski's." (Cecil, in evening dress, 
crosses stage.) 

Witch: "But look who is here! It is Ovella Duncan, the famous bareback 
rider. She is now with the Barnum & Bailey Circus." (Ovella, dressed as bare- 
back rider skips across stage. ) 

Witch: "hook! Lindsay Hunter is a hot dog vender, and now he is happy 
for he has just invented a little machine which slices the onions ten times <|uicker 
than ever." ( Lindsay comes out carrying tray of hot clogs. ) ( Witch looks in 
pot). 

W itch : "( )f course, Fannie Sharpe is still playing tennis and she has suc- 
ceeded in winning the silver cup from Helen Wills." (Fannie, dressed in tennis 
togs passes across back of stage. ) 

Witch: "Who is this fat man? Why, it is Loy lleavner, can you imagine 
his being the fattest man in the world?" I Loy made up as a 700-pounder ap- 
pears.) (Witch puts more dust on fire). 

W itch : "And this is Sarah Voder who has made herself famous by her won- 
derful portraits. She is now busy on the portrait of Jackie Coogan." ( Sarah, 
dressed in smock and carrying palette, crosses stage. ) 

Witch : "Would you ever dream that Jack Shuford would take Mr. Denny's 
place as manager of the playmakers? Well, he has." (Jack, dressed in business 
suit, crosses stage. ) ( Witch bends over and looks in pot. ) 

Witch: "And next is Ruth Davis, who is traveling the world demonstrating 
'She has Tone's Hair Tonic'." (Ruth, with hair flowing around her shoulders, 
crosses the stage. ) 

Witch: "But look who's here, Ida Digh. She is now a beautiful model in 
Ivey's." ( Tda in beautiful dress comes out). 

Witch : "And last is Evelyn Erwin as she took the vows to be a nun." ( Eve- 
lyn in nun's costume crosses the stage. ) 

Witch: "Now, who could doubt that the Class of '26 is the most famous 
that has ever been graduated from Lincolnton High?" 

Ollie Mae: "Now, 1 am sure that this has been the happiest time of my 
life. How can T ever thank you!" 

Bob: "I've had the time of my life. By lingo, if you aren't a real spiritual- 
ist. We will have to go now. Oood-bve. we've had a glorious time." (Exit.) 

(Imps come in and dance while witch slowly disappears. ) 



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STATISTICS OF CLASS OF '26 

Those gifted in the forensic art know that statistics are recognized as indis- 
putable proofs of any desired evidence, so the following information will be 
credited as real facts and will thus be recorded in the annals of the Class of '26: 

Public opinion has declared that Gladys Abernethy is our best all-round and 
most popular member but strange to say she is also considered the most conceited. 

To Sarah Coon we attribute the honor of being the most talkative and nat- 
urally enough the biggest pest. 

Our most stylish member is Margaret Lee, who at the same time ties with 
Leila Self as the most entertaining. 



I'm quite sure that no one can dispute that Sue Mauney is the cutest of our 



:lass. 



Even though Evelyn Erwin is the biggest flirt it is agreed that she is the 
most in love. How happily this will work out, since she is also the hottest-tem- 
pered, is for the future to decide. 

Is it not singular that he who is the biggest bluff is also the luckiest? Yet, 
these characteristics seem to lend success to Lindsay I Iunter. 

Blanche Blanton is acclaimed as the brightest student and of course, being 
the faculty pet, naturally follows. 

Certainlv the most sensible and most ambitious must be accredited to Kate 
Robinson. 

Had you ever been greeted by the wide grin and cheerful hail of our "Cow- 
boy" you would undoubtedly agree that Clarence Wilkinson is the friendliest 
Senior. 

Sweetness of disposition seems to lie generously scattered throughout the 
entire class since Irene Beattie, Ovella Duncan, and Annette Rudisill are all 
given this honor. 



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It is a strange fact indeed that Bob Bellinger and Sue Mauney, our largest 
and smallest members respectively, are also the most athletic. 

Independence is a characteristic of our entire class but Estelle Cornwell and 
Annie Huss seem to excel in the ability to stand upon their own feet. 

Kathleen Mullen is the most studious, while she and William Wingate are 
rivals for the title of most bashful Seniors. 

David Warlick has the undisputed title of loafer, however, he is the hand- 
somest boy. 

Elva Deitz seems to be the man-hater of the class and compares with Jack 
Shuford, who is the woman-hater. 

( )ur most talented girl is Sarah Voder, who vies with Eva Holly as the 
quietest member. 

In spite of his awkward name of Hippo, Forest Shuford wins out in polite- 
ness, wit and originality. 

Gracefulness is an outstanding feature of our class in which Leila Self and 
Jack Ramsaur excel. 

Sarah Coon is the heartiest laugher but is ably assisted by the giggles of 
Helen Thompson and Katherine Rhodes. 

Since sarcasm has proved true of Ollie Mae Keever and Fannie Sharpe, we 
must give to Pauline Edwards and Robert HarrilJ the honor of being the most 
out-spoken. 

Although not voted the handsomest, Loy Self is unanimously acclaimed class 
sheik. 

As Juanita Proctor and Russel Carpenter have a peculiar talent I'm sure 
they'll some dav be silver-tongued orators for they have the gift o' gab. 

Last and most insignificant is your humble servant who is acclaimed the 
most attractive and prettiest member. I hope they don't consider her "beautiful 
but dumb." 

—Viva Lee LinEberger. 

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HELEN ALEXANDER 
"Joyful" 

EULA BAXTER 
"Sincere" 

HELEN BIGGERSTAFF 
"Likable" 

CORI.WT. [iRlWKK 
"Loyal" 

LOUZELLE CHILDERS 
"Jocular" 

RACHEL CLONIGER 
"Playful" 

CRAWFORD COON 
"Modest" 

PAULINE CORNWELL 
"Steadfast" 
Secretary 

DEWEY DAVIS 
" Willing" 

LEWIS DFLLINGER 
"Quiet" 

GLADYS FORTENBERRY 
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WILLIE GOODSON 

"Diligent" 

EMILY GRIGG 
"Congenial" 

EVANGELINE HOUSER 
"Candid" 

JAXIE VICTORIA HARRILL 
"Pleasant" 

AXXIE HEAVNER 
"Pleasing" 

MEITA HOKE 
"Companionable" 

LEONARD HUGGINS 
"Capable" 
President 

LUCY MAE HOUSER 
"Conscientious" 

MATTIE HOUSER 

"Merry" 

CHRISTINE JAMES 
"Sweet" 

Treasurer 

ESSIE PRUE LEONARD 
"Constant" 

ELIZABETH McLEAN 
"Jolly" 




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DORA MOORE 
"Capricious" 

GLADYS MULLEN 
"Bashful" 

ANNIE VELMA SULLIVAN 
"Studious" 

URIAS PIERCE 
"Keen" 

McCALL PROCTOR 
"Sportful" 

DARTLAII PROCTOR 
"True'' 

WILLIAM RHODES 
"Kind" 

LONA SELF 
"Gentle" 

M ARGARET SHERRILL 
"Mischievous" 

EDISON SHUFORD 
"Sheikish" 

Vice-President 

LEMUEL WILLIAMS 
"Popular" 

EVELYN SHIVES 
"Neat" 

MARIE WOMACK 
"Musical" 



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OFFICERS 

Melvix Karesh - President 

Mary Frances Padgett - Vice-President 

Emily Hunter Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Russell Wise 
Sanders Guignard 
Billey IIarineau 
Yates Beal 
Henry Robinson 
Annie Yoder 
Roberta Bynum 
Ruby Heayxer 
Catherine Sullivan 
Mary Frances Padgett 
Irene Siirum 
Emily IIuxter 
Sarah Ledford 



Agnes Dellinger 
Sue Anne Mullen 
Mary Wallace Hoover 
Sue Betty Finger 
Susan Long 
Nellie Sharpe 

Margaret Burgin 
Bessie Hall 
Elizabeth HoylE 
MarjoriE Kate AbernEThy 
Susie Green 
Willie Mae Long 
Isabel Byars 



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That's what we lack! We don't take enough interest 
in the activities of our school. Our aim should be to double 
the membership of every organization, as well as to organize 
new ones. 

There is no other one thing that will bring the boys and 
girls closer together. Don't forget that "In unity there is 
strength." This unity is obtained through organizations. 



START SOMETHING 



TAKE AN INTEREST IN OUR SCHOOL! 



PUTL. H. S. ONTHEMAP!! 



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OFFICERS 

LrciLK LixKbergkr President 

James Little rice-President 

RuFFix SELF Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Robert Camp 
William Ridexhour 
Miles McLean 
Guv Hark ill 
Harry Hartmax 
James Little 
Rtssell Mullen 
Vernon Long 
Curttss Broome 
Rl^efin Self 
Herman Heavner 
Paul Page 

Frank Hull Crowell 
Everett Mullen 
Hudson Moody 
Jaxette Karesh 
Virginia Hovle 
Inez Saine 
Juanita Saine 
Winnon Jonas 
Margaret Brown 
Noah IIolbrook 
Scott Akers 
Margaret Mf.rritt 
Jennie Turner 
Susie Thompson 
Betty West 
Minnie Sue Erwin 
Lucille Lixeberger 
Sue Ella Siiuford 
Mary Lou Beam 
W'ilma Ramsey 
Frances Mauney 



Louise Heavner 

SlBYE CoSTNER 

Ma in- Lou Smith 
Lena Johnson 
Clara Belle Loxg 
Ftiileexe McGixxis 
Mary Verdery 
Kate Host 
Sarah DellingEr 
Kit i i Leonard 
Nellie Huxxicutt 
Paulixe Sigmon 
Ethel Harrile 
Eva Hoke 
Margaret Yoder 
Kate IIixes 
Essie La wing 
Eugenia Smith 
Annie Lee Rose 
I Ielex I Fallman 
Helen Guilders 
Ralph IIeavner 
Harmon James 
Victor Ledford 
George McGee 
Bennett Allen 
George Digh 
Paul Crowell 
Harry Carpenter 
Clyde Taylor 
Oscar 1!roome 
Thomas Armstroxg 
Clarence Garner 



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OFFICERS 

LucilE Costxer - - President 

Kermit Cloniger - - Vice-President 

Hazel WhiTESIdES Secretary 

Marshall Williams - - - Treasurer 



I [OWARD RlJDISILL 

Hazel W'iiitesides 
Troy Davis 
George Lynn 
Lily Wilkinson 
Mildred Warner 
Annie Lee Finger 
Jack CanipE 
Jav Taylor 
Madge Heavner 
Marshall ShivES 
Evelyn Baker 
Ruth McGinnis 
Marshall Williams 
John Blanton 
( ikkan Sullivan 
Everett Cundiff 
Woodrow Blanton 
James Corn well 
Josie Long 
Bryte Blackburn 
Frankie Boggs 
Robert Abernethy 
Woodrow Armstrong 
Elmer Beal 
David Wilkinson 
Mabel 1 Ieavner 
Buna Keener 
Clyde Corn well 



MEMBERS 

P.ESSIE I loLBROOK 

Walter Coon 
Alma HarTman 
Kemp Huss 
VertiE Davis 
Nellie Warlick 
Evelyn Sherrill 
Mildred Hovis 
Margaret Honxeycutt 
Dorothy Perkins 
Ernest Kiser 
Eva Reep 

i I AROLD RUDISILL 

Elizabeth Phillips 
David Yoder 
Jesse Robinson 
Jack CostnER 
Winifred Long 
Lucile CoSTNER 
Edwin Rr ni sill 
Elizabeth Shueord 
Kermit Cloniger 
Vance Rucker 
Nancy Caldwell 
George Digh 
James Rhodes 
Radiant Smith 
Ernest Dellinger 
William McNeEly 

BEVERLY CoSTNER 



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SENIOR GLEE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Miss Maude Hall - Director 

Lawrence David Warlick President 

Margaret Sherrill Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Helen Rudisill 

Marjorie Kate Abernethy 

Mary Frances Padgett 

Eona Sele 

Meita Hoke 

Dora Moore 

Rachel Cloniger 

Emily Grigg 

Margaret Sherrill 

Evelyn Erwin 

Gladys Abernethy 

Elizabeth HoylE 

Ida DiGh 

Eula Baxter 

Pauline Cornwell 

Marie Wo mack 

Dare Abernethy 



Christine James 
Evelyn Shives 
Evangeline HousEr 
Moye Heaener 
Elizabeth McLean 
Viva Lee LinebErger 
Estelle Cornwell 
John Senter 
Loy Heavner 
Lawrence David Warlick 
Hugh Rudisill 
Kenneth Dellinger 
C. G Rudisill, Jr. 
Loy Sele 
Forest Smith 
Frank Chamberlain 
Robert Dellinger 



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OFFICERS 

Miss Maude Hall ...Director 

Bktty West President 

Minnie Sue Erwin Vice-President 

LucilE Costner Secretary and Treasurer 



MEM HERS 



Lucile Lineberger 
Minnie Sue Erwin 
Betty West 
Virginia Hoyle 
Dorothy Perkins 
Annie Lee Finger 
Mildred Warner 
Kate Hines 
Beuna Keener 
Ruth Leonard 
Sara Dellinger 
Essie Lawing 
Lillie Wilkinson 



Josie Long 
Sibyl Costner 
M ildred Hovis 
Evelyn ShErrill 
Frankie Boggs 
Elizabeth Phillips 
Elizabeth Shuford 
Louise Heavner 
Margaret HoneycuTT 
Lucile Costner 
Madge Heavner 
Mabel Heavner 
Evelyn Baker 



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SEWING CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Miss Anne Gray Director 

Ovella Duncan President 

Dare AbErnEThy Secretary 

Ruby Heavner Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Marie Womack 
Ovella Duncan 
Mary Warlick 
Madge Heavner 
MablE Heavner 
Ruby Heavner 
EilliE Wilkinson 
FrankiE Boggs 
Yertie Davis 
BryTE Blackburn 
Bessie Holbrook 



Ruth McGinnis 
Alma Hartman 
Lena Johnson 
Evelyn Baker 
Josie Long 
Eva ReEp 
Evelyn ShErrill 
Annie LEE Finger 
I [azel Whiteside 
Dare AbErnEThy 
Sarah Ledeord 



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"KNIGHTS OF THE CAULIFLOWER EAR" CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Mr. Charles Smith Director 

Jack Ramsaur .....President 

Fred Setzer J 'ice-President 

Leonard Huggins Secretary and Treasurer 



MKMI'.KRS 



Bennett Allen 
Curtis Broome 
Oscar Broome 
Wise Beal 
Kenneth Crowell 
Frank Crowell 
Paul Crowell 
Beverly Costner 
Jack Costner 
Robert Camp 
James Digh 
Leonard Huggins 
I ames Little 



Vernon Long 
Russel Mullen 
John McLean 
"L'rias Pierce 
Carol Quickle 
Jack Ramsaur 
Henry Robinson 
William Ridenhour 
Melza Roseman 
Ruffin Self 
Fred Setzer 
Clyde Taylor 
Clarence Wilkinson 



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HI-Y CLUB 

OFFICERS 
Mr. W. E. Gladstone Director 

Robert Dellinger President 

Forest Shuford 1 "ice-President 

Forest Smith Secretary 

Rudoeph ShivES .'.....Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Meeza RosEman 
Steve Dellinger 
Forest Smith 
Robert Dellinger 
Kenneth Dellinger 
Rudolph S hives 
Clarence Rudisill 



Carmie Houser 
Russell Wise 
Edison Shueord 
Forest Shueord 
Lindsay Hunter 
Frank Chamberlain 



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OFFICERS 

Miss Nancy Robinson Director 

Leila Self President 

Sue Mauney - Vice-President 

Frank Chamberlain _ Treasurer 

Susan Long Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Fred Harrill 
Cecil Hauss 
Kenneth Dellinger 
Frank Chamberlain 
Lindsay Hunter 
Kermit Cloniger 
Loy Self 
Forest Smith 
Sanders Guignard 
Winnon Jonas 
Susan Long 
Mary Frances Padgett 
Pauline Cornwell 
Sarah Yoder 
Ollie Mae Keever 



Sue Mauney 



Emily Grigg 

Christine James 

Irene Beattie 

Susie GhEEn 

Meita Hoke 

Rachel Cloniger 

Sibyl Costner 

Nellie Sharps 

Elizabeth HoylE 

Bessie Hall 

Isabel Byers 

Annie LEE Rose 

Elizabeth McLean 

Marjorie Kate AbernETHy 

Leila Self 



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RADIO CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Mr. W. E. Gladstone Director 

Forest Shuford President 

Victor Rudisill - Vice-President 

David Yoder Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



Billy Barineau 
Carson Burke 
Kemp Huss 
Harmon James 
Earnest Kiser 



Victor Rudisill 
Forest Shueord 
David YodER 
Carmie Houser 
Yates Rudisill 



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ADVERTISING CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Mrs. Lena West Director 

Evelyn Erwin President 

Melvtn Karesh Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Wade Beal 
Juanita Proctor 
George Page 
Melvin Karesh 
Marshall. Shives 
Pauline Sigmon 
Marshall Williams 
Robert Abernethy 
Jack Canipe 
James Cornwell 
Evelyn Erwin 
Radiant Smith 
Clay Beam 
Lona Self 
Sue Anna Mullen 
Eva Hoke 
Nellie Honeycutt 



Melvin Yoder 
Katherine Rhodes 
Sarah Coon 
Russel Carpenter 
Essie Lawing 
Ralph Heavner 
Ethel Harrill 
Vivian Lackey 
D. C. Leonard 
Betty West 
Minnie Sue Erwin 
Loy Heavner 
Richard Quickle 
Agnes Dellinger 
Margaret ShERRILL 
Vance Rucker 
Thomas Armstrong 



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COOKING CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Miss Ruth James - Director 

Ruth Leonard President 

Sarah Dellinger Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Mary Lou Beam Margaret Honeycutt 

Sarah Deelinger Mary Verdery 

Mary Lou Smith Elizabeth Shuford 

Nancy Caldwell Ruth Leonard 

Kate Hines Frances Mauney 

Mildred Hovis Harold Rudisill 

Elizabeth Phillips William McNeely 

Lucile Costner Jessie Robinson 

Jimmie Rhodes 

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OFFICERS 

Miss Eunice MacKay „ Director 

Gladys Abernethy President 

Annette Rudisill Vice-President 

Blanche Blanton Secretary and Treasurer 



Margaret Burgin 
Emily Hunter 
Louise Heavner 
Margaret Merritt 
Virginia HoylE 
Gladys Abernethy 
Viva LEE Linebercer 
C. G. Rudisill, Jr. 
Helen Rudisill 
Helen Thompson 
Elva Deitz 
Mary Wallace Hoover 



MEMBERS 

Evelyn S hives 
Ida Digh 

Katherine Sullivan 
John McLean 
Guy Beatty 
Winifred Perkins 
Helen Alexander 
Estelle Corn well 
Loy Reep 
Blanche Blanton 
Fannie Sharpe 
Pauline Edwards 
Eva Holly 



Annie Huss 
Kathleen Mullen 
Dora Moore 
Margaret LEE 
Annette Rudisill 
Robert Dellinger 
William Wingate 
John Senter 
Lemuel Williams 
Lawrence David Warlick 
Hugh Rudisill 
Edwin Rudisill 



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OFFICERS 
Mr. Charles Smith Director 

Loy Heavner - - - President 

Willie Goodson Vice-President 

Forest ShuEord Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Loy Heavner 
Louis Haynes 
Robert Dellinger 
Victor Rudisill 
John Senter 
D. C. Leonard 
Edison Shuford 



Carson Burke 
Forest Shuford 
Bill Goodson 
Lawrence Warlick 
Wise Beal 
Jack Shuford 
Crawford Coon 



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Mr. C. D. Smith 

Mr. W. E. Gladstone 

D. C. Leonard -—As 



Coach 

istant Coach 
Captain 



RESUME 



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dates, soon developed a team which a beared o i 1 ~?fJ ^ *£""*' Wlth the material left and the 
™ wi ni five and .osing tnr^rit ^^^V^^on^s^y^^ ' 
cessfuny"^ the Z™' ^'victory"" ""' " , ' aitei '' ack - sh "-< ' able generalship and fighting spirit 

We fTlw ° f ASSiStan , t C ° aCh GladSt ° ne WCre »PPr«=i*ted by the whole squad, 
was ^eat'su"'" team ' bmU ^^ f '° m " ew materiaI . "* -th the excellent instruction of 

SQUAD 



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new candi- 

ilayed eight 

He suc- 



our coach, 



Edison Shufoud... d - , 

Carson Burke...___. 

Forest Smith .. 

Robert Dellinger 

John Senter 

David Warlick ..... 

Jack Shuford 

D. C. Leonard 

Fore. 

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r „4t r„„,.j — — tred Harriet 

t/4 r — -Russell Wise 

i/ft End - ~" ■- -^larence Rudisill 

QulrterbacTr -Frank, Chamrerla, 



Forest Shuford jw„iT ii 7&T" T~ Claude Moody 

Victor Rudisill..... f . ' ' ' f ff ha f k — -- -Clarence Wilkinson 

Louis Haynes .._ Fullback -Kenneth Dellinger 

Willie Goodson..... Z~Z.L~_J?ight HalfbackZ. "~ L ° Y Heavn "-r 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Miss Elizabeth Hokh; Coach 

Pauline Corn well Captain 

RESUME 

This year Lincolnton High will have to bow to the girls' basketball team. 

Miss Hoke, being the best coach that Lincolnton could have secured, molded the girls 
into the best winning team that L. H. S. has ever produced. Of the sixteen games, the 
girls won thirteen, losing only one away from home. The total score was four hundred and 
twenty-five to our opponents' two hundred and eighty-four points. 

Our captain, Pauline Cornwell, played excellently during the season, scoring two hun- 
dred and fifty-two of the four hundred and twenty- five points. 

At the close of the season a banquet was given to the basketball squads, at which, a 
tennis racket was presented to Miss Hoke for her enthusiastic and efficient work ; and a 
fountain pen was given to Mr. Webb Durham whose services as referee were indispensable. 

girls' basketball squad 



Miss Elizabeth Hoke Coach 

Pauli n e Cor n well Cafta in 

Sue Mauney For-ward 

Leila Self _ — Center Forward 

Pauline Cornwell Forward 

Eula Baxter Guard 

Lona Self . Guard 

Susan Long... _ ....Guard 



Evelyn Erwin.... Substitute Guard 

Viva Lee Lineberger Substitute Guard 

Elva Deitz . Substitute Guard 

Annie Yodkr. ... Substitute Forward 

Lucille Lineberger ...Substitute Forward 

Wilma Ramsey- .....Substitute Form'ard 

Ruth Leonard ..... Substitute Forward 

Frances Mauney Substitute Forward 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 

Mr. W. E. Gladstone Coach 

Mr. C. D. Smith . ...Assistant Coach 

Wjllie Goodsox Captain 

RESUME 

The basketball season this year has been a record-breaker for both school 
and team. Coach Gladstone and Assistant Coach Smith took an inexperienced 
team and by bard and persistent work welded it into a fighting machine which 
won twelve of sixteen games and made a good showing in the State Tournament, 
going down before Sanford's crack quint by -one point. 

Captain Goodson did excellent playing, and it can well be said that bis lead- 
ership is appreciated. 

boys' basketball squad 

Goodsox. Captain Guard 

Harreix Center 

Proctor Forward 

Beam Forward 

DELLIXGER Guard 

SUBSTITUTES 

SEXTER Guard 

Koox Fonuard 

Crowell Guard 

Pierce Forward 



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APPRECIATION 

The PixE IU'kr staff takes this means of ex- 
pressing its appreciation and gratitude to patrons and 
friends who have contributed toward the completion 
and, we hope, success of this book. There have been 
trials and tribulations, much pleasure and satisfaction 
in the completing of this, but we have enjoyed it all. 
And our sincerest hope is that our 1926 Pine Burr 
may prove worthy of your contributions. 




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THIS AND THAT 

L. H. S. Popular Song Hits 

"Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue?" Jack Ramsaur 

"Then I'll Be Happy" Viva Lee LinEberger 

"Sleepy Time Gal" Kenneth Dellinger 

"Show Me the Way to Go Home" William Wingate 

"My Irish Mary Moore" Loy Heavner 

"By the Light of the Stars" Sarah Coon 

"Always" Evelyn Erwin 

"I Miss My Swiss" Gladys Abernethy 

"Remember" Margaret LEE 

SENIOR DIRECTORY 

Margaret Lee — In the hall. 

Robert Harrill — Chemistry laboratory. 

Robert Dellinger — Playing baseball. 

Ida Digh — Carrying out Miss Anthony's orders. 

Evelyn Erwin and William Wingate — In the Pine Birr office. 

Jack Ramsaur — Hanging out Miss Stanley's window. 

Lindsay Hunter — Ringing bells. 

Kenneth Dellinger — In the kitchen. 

Cecil Hauss — Taking speed tests. 

Ollie Mae Keever — Telling jokes in study hall. 

CAN YOU IMAGINE? 

Kate Robinson flirting? 

Kathleen Mullen giggling on class? 

Forest Shuford without his "Staycomb"? 

Helen Thompson not talking? 

Loy Heavner and David Warlick not eating? 

Robert Dellinger being broke? 

Cecil Hauss talking to a girl? 

Sue Mauney without freckles? 

Gladys Abernethy with black hair? 

William Wingate wearing a hat ? 

Leila Self without Sue Mauney? 

Annette Rudisill not bluffing? 

Juanita Proctor without her English book? 

Jack Shuford doing the "Charleston"? 

Eva I lolly in love ? 

Pauline Edwards as a pianist ? 

The Senior class averaging 95 ? 

Elva Deitz posing as Venus ? 

Annie Hauss in a bathing suit ? 

Going to chapel without singing "America the Beautiful"? 

Katherine Rhodes a chorus girl ? 

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WANTED 

A cap pistol to go 'possum hunting with — David Warlick. 

Some school spirit — Senior class. 

A fountain pen — Seniors. 

To be envied — Seniors. 

A girl that's true — Jack Shuford. 

A chemistry notebook — Margaret Lee. 

Wanted some time — Seniors. 

A rest — Evelyn Erwin. 

A French reader — William Winrate. 



FOUND 



Gladys Abernethy's powder puff. 

David Warlick's Ford. 

Bob Dellinger's razor (now he has no excuse). 

Loy Heavner's match ( how striking ) ! 

Ida Digh's books. 

Lindsay Hunter's "speks." 

The key to the Pine Burr office. 

Jack Ramsaur's typewriting eraser. 



LOST 



Senior privileges. 

Sue Mauney's giggle. 

Leila Self's hair pin. 

Our heads — teachers. 

Cicero "Jack" — Kate Robinson. 

Miss Anthony's "black list." 

Our spirit — Seniors. 

Blanche Blanton's temper. 

Jack Shuford's collar button. 

Elva Dietz's man — Columbus. 



William: "I hear you were in California all winter." 
Leila : "Oh, yes ! I had a gorgeous time."' 
William: "Got sun-kissed. I suppose?" 
Leila: "Yes, and those native sons could surely do it. 



Hugh (having killed the lady's puppy) : "Madam, I will replace the animal." 
Gladys: "Sir, you flatter yourself. " 



Mr. Gladstone: "Tell me all you know about nitrates." 
Margaret : "They are cheaper than day rates !" 



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WHEN I GOME REMEMBER— 

My name is Trouble — I'm a busy bloke — 

I am the test of Courage — and of Class 
I bind the coward to a bitter yoke, 

I drive the craven from the crowning pass; 
Weaklings I crush before they come to fame; 

But as the red star guides across the night 
I train the stalwart for a better game; 

I drive the brave into a harder fight. 

My name is Hard Luck — wrecker of rare dreams, 

I follow all who seek the open fray; 
I am the shadow where the far light gleams 

For those who seek to know the open way. 
Quitters I break before they reach the crest, 

But where the red field echoes with the drums 
I build the fighter for the final test 

And mould the brave for any drive that comes. 

My name is Sorrow — I shall come to all 

To block the surfeit of an endless joy; 
Along the Sable Road I pay my call 

Before the sweetness of success can cloy, 
And weaker souls shall weep amid the throng 

And fall before me, broken and dismayed, 
But braver hearts shall know that I belong, 

And take me in, serene and unafraid. 

My name's Defeat — but through the bitter fight 

To those who know, I'm something more than friend; 
For I can build beyond the wrath of might 

And drive away all yellow from the blend; 
For those who quit, I am the final blow, 

But for the brave who seek their chance to learn 
I show the way, at last, beyond the foe 

To where the scarlet flames of triumph burn. 

— Alanta Journal 



THE KARESH ENTERPRISES 

LINCOLNTON MAIDEN 



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^4 Standard College 
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NEW BUILDINGS 
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Every Dormitory Room Has 
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For Catalogue or Further 
Information, Write 

Ghas. E. Brewer 
President 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
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DAY TELEPHONE 396 
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Manufacturers of Building 

Material and Contractors 

Supplies 

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LINCOLNTON, N. C. 

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Recognized by the American Asso- 
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POLICY 

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Individual Attention 

Intimate Home Atmosphere 

Highly Trained Faculty 

DEPARTMENTS 

Standard College Work 

Standard College Preparatory Work 

Special Courses in Art, Music, 

Expression, Home Economics, and 

Commercial Subjects 

For Catalog, Address the Registrar 



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C. B. PHILLIPS, Prop. 

The Rexall Store 

PHONE 17 

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Plaster, Cement 

Rough and Finished Lumber 
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HICKORY, N. C. 

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Courses: 

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GENERAL SCIENCE 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

BUSINESS 

MUSIC 

Summer School for Teachers and for those who wish to make up 

College Credits 

HEALTHFUL CLIMATE 
SURROUNDINGS OF CULTURE AND REFINEMENT 

For Catalog and Other Information, Write 
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